|[FbL006] Landrecorder - Morning-Afternoon-Evening|
Reportedly, that would be a music box, not an ice-cream truck, coasting into (aural) view early on during "Evening" -- those tinkling notes immediately summoning up (mental) images of childhood, despite their objectively terse, metallic timbres. "Evening" is the third and final track of Landrecorder's lovely, daylong, slo-mo odyssey. We know it is a music box because of some brief liner notes provided by Landrecorder but without that insider information, we might not be entirely certain...
Keywords: Landrecorder; FeedbackLoop Label; Ambient; Field Recording
|[FbL016] SIGHUP - City Passage|
There must be something in the water in Canada, the sheer abundance of talented and creative composers that I come across from Canada is astounding to me. The likes of Lyndsie Aguire, Simon Trottier and Nicolas Bernier spring to mind immediately when one associates "netlabel" and "Canada". It is a rich culture of creativity, and SIGHUP continues this trend with an intensely focused and meticulous release in City Passage...
Keywords: SIGHUP; FeedbackLoop Label; ambient; urban landscapes; field recording
|[FbL014] Savaran - Resonances|
Welsh electroacoustic artist Mark Walters aka Savaran comes to Feedbackloop with a five track EP 'Resonances' after a number of netlabel releases over the past year. Utilising both digital and analogue instrumentation with field recordings, samples and an array of effects, Mark develops refined micro-soundscapes, tightly knit into granular textures which demand an attentive ear. In Resonances he marks waypoints in the contours of his own life, describing personal experiences - memories of events...
Keywords: savaran; feedbackloop label; electroacoustic; microsound; ambient; field recording; drone; archeology